Recently I decided I wanted to put some of my most used media center plugins onto the start menu where they are more accessible (especially on the mini menu when viewing content). I soon discovered that doing so required a number of confusing registry keys, and I couldn't find a tool that would do it for me - so, being a software engineer, I decided to write one myself!
This is the result - basically you just drag entry points from the list at the bottom onto either one of two custom strips or one of the predefined menus (1 entry point each for Music, Pictures and Videos and Tv and Movies). You can edit the names of the custom strips by clicking on them. You can remove items from menus by dragging them onto the trash can in the lower right.
It *should* also play nicely with any custom menus you have set up already.
I hope someone finds this useful!
P.S. Another reason I did this was as a way of learning WPF and its capabilities, so if it seems a little pimped for what it does, that's why
Latest Version: http://rapidshare.co...ender_0.4.3.msi
Edited by logifuse, 15 September 2009 - 07:16 PM.